ABOUT US

Be a Partner
Sir Winston Churchill once said, "Give them the tools and they will finish the job."
Do you know that you can be a part of this ministry? EMS missionaries do not work alone. The EMS team includes:
Those who Help (such as those helping with survey and needs information)
Those who Go
Those who Give
Those who Pray
How You Can Contribute
EMS depends on the Lord to meet our financial needs through freewill offerings from churches,
fellowship groups, organisations and individuals. The spiritual battles are fought by those who pray.
We need all of this in order to obey the command and take the Gospel to all creation.

You are part of the EMS team as you:
Pray for the missionaries
Join EMS as a short-term or full-time missionary
Give food, clothing, motorcycles, cars, writing materials etc.
Support a missionary or an EMS project.
Write letters of encouragement to missionaries.
Support the EMS Children's School.
Visit missionaries in their stations Contribute towards medical, transportation needs of missionaries.
Adopt a people group

You can do more...
Your interest and concern truly encourages us. Please let us know how God has directed you to join with us in the ministry.
We would appreciate your showing your interest in any of these ways. Let us know if you would like to: Support a missionary Serve as a missionary(ies) Support or promote any of these EMS projects: school for missionary children scholarship and training fund mobile clinic outreach Fulani ministry Tuareg outreach support for general needs (missionaries' medical, travel, guest-house expenses of missionaries etc.) library and resource fund partnership in foreign missions.

Who We Are

To raise, send and support missionaries.


Right from the earliest days of SIM missionary efforts in Nigeria, the pioneers had a firm belief in small beginnings so they started encouraging Nigerianls to form an indigenous mission agency as far back as 1947. They were to raise, send and support their own missionaries. In 1949, the dream became a reality and African Missionary Society (AMS) was established. Today is known as the Evangelical....

 

What We Do

An EMS missionary family on their station...


Some of the main aims of EMS are:

  • cross-cultural evangelism
  • church planting among the unreached
  • discipling and training members to reproduce other disciples

Missionaries

Mission in view...


Kom land is well-known with fetism, and its strong observance of the African traditional religion. In the face of the...